The Brisingamen (whose name means "flame jewelry") is a Necklace (in the North American region, it is called Nauglamir in Symphony of the Night and the Flame Necklace in Aria of Sorrow and Dawn of Sorrow) that has different effects in different games, but usually emphasizes magical abilities and occasionally the Fire element. It is the necklace of the Norse goddess Freyja.
In Lament of Innocence, it increases Relic duration by reducing the amount of MP burned per second. It is found in the Ghostly Theatre, behind the pitch black room. The player needs to jump through darkness to reach the door to the item room (the other door leads to the Curtain Time Bell).
In Dawn of Sorrow, it increases Intelligence by +5 and Defense by +2 (the Skull Necklace has the statistics swapped and still has -1 LCK). It is inferior to the Rosary in Dawn of Sorrow (+10 LCK, +3 DEF).
In Harmony of Despair, it is the only game that actually gives it a Fire related ability (+20 resistance to Fire). It also increases HP and MP by 5 and DEF by 2.
|Item Data: Brisingamen|
|Image||Name - Game|
|Type / Users||Attributes / Consume||Statistics / Sell||Found||Notes|
|Dwarven Necklace|| Other (Necklace)|
| DEF +15|| Drop: Cave Troll|
|Necklace adorned with a fire symbol.|| Goods|
| DEF +2, INT +1|
| Rare Drop: Curly|
|Increases the usage time of relics.|| Accessory|
| Find: Ghostly Theatre|| Effect: Increase relic duration so that less MP is burned.|
|A necklace that symbolizes fire.|| Goods|
| DEF +2, INT +5|
| Common Drop: Succubus|
|Reduces the number of hearts consumed when an Innocent Devil uses a special move.|| Accessory|
| Find: Aiolon Ruins|
|Dwarven Necklace|| Accessory (Necklace)|
| DEF +10|| Find: Clock Tower|
|Necklace that symbolizes fire.|| Accessory (Necklace)|
| Attrib: Fire +20|| HP +5, MP +5, DEF +2|
| Rarity: ***|
- Nauglamir is a dwarven necklace in the J.R.R. Tolkien's lore.
- The Innocent Supporter from Curse of Darkness in reality has more in common with the Heart Brooch, specifically the one which appears in Lament of Innocence; with both items having the exact same usage (reduce the amount of Hearts consumed) and in-game item model designs.